The missing link in border protection

Flexible through a modular system

Due to the ingeniously developed modular system it is possible to have the Drugloo grow along with your own detection policy. A budget-friendly basic model can be modified in a simple manner to become a fully automatic system without any disinvestment. Changes to the system are easy to implement and can be carried out by the customer themselves.

Various machines have been successfully deployed for many years already in a number of countries in their battle against drug couriers. Experiences in the market have enabled us to develop a modular system whereby a basic model can be expanded in an easy manner into a fully automatic drugloo.
The Royal Dutch Military Police, District Schiphol, simply had enough. Every time a drug swallower was detained they had to manually root around in the faeces of the suspect for the drg packages and then clean them. With rubber gloves, of cource. However, with the increasing number of arrest the dissatisfaction with this situation grew. The stench was particularly unbearable.

Commissioned by the Royal Military Police, RFK has developed a fully automatic 'drugloo' for such drug couriers. After an intensive test phase with the prototype the final version has found its way onto the market. Now in various places around the world a drugloo can be found.

The drugloo meets both the requirements of judiciary as well as those of the Working Conditions and Waterworks Acts. The entire process, which no longer involves human hands, is odourless and hygienic.
The machine simply grows along with your detection capacity, without the need for any extra structural modifications.

The basic model consists of a frame and a lavatory bowl, made from high-quality stainless steel, allowing the entire process to be monitored visually without the risk of contamination.

In addition to the modular system, RFK supplies a wide range of options. Discover the possibilities with our configuration tool.
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Hot water
Pneumatic valves
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Safe (small)
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Seal system
Print police report
Steps toilet
Disposal container

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